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[texts]Unhinged Equilibrium - Copernicus and his book De Revolutionibus - Patrick Bruskiewich
A new look at Copernicus and his work De Revolutionibus including a hypothesis on how he may have been influenced in his thinking by the De Dondi's analogue computer - either the arm moves or the face moves on a clock, both are possible and provide similar relative motion. In essence some three hundred years would pass before Kopernik's seven predictions would be fully tested. Three of his predictions would be found false and would undergo amendment, while four of his predictions would survive t...
Keywords: Copernicus; De Revolutionibus; De Dondi Clock; Jagiellonian University; Poland; Pope John Paul II; relative motion
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